This beautiful Harlequin Stitch Blanket is made by Kelly Martinelli a member of our Daisy Farm Crafter Group on Facebook. I’d like to spotlight her work with the classic harlequin stitch in today’s post.
She has the incredible gift of combining color to make absolutely stunning blankets.
First, let me further introduce Kelly. She is the maker behind the Instagram and Facebook account Hard Knot Life Crochet.
I started following her account after she started tagging us with her beautiful work with the Harlequin Stitch blankets. Besides her gorgeous photography, her sense of combining color always made me stop scrolling and admire the beauty.
She has used the above pattern from our website and I believe has made it even better with her interpretations of color.
So continue scrolling down to see her versions. I posted in the caption what brand of yarn she used, but if you need further help knowing exactly the color, please reach out to Kelly, or search her name in the Daisy Farm Crafter Group and she will be glad to help. (Or on her facebook page or Instagram.)
Please visit Hard Knot Life Crochet by Kelly Martinelli if you are interested in purchasing one of her blankets or are interested in having her make you one. She also has an Etsy shop where she sells her work.
It’s all so beautiful!
I’m just so humbled that you all share your work with us. It truly is my favorite thing to do is share your work made from our patterns.
If you are new to our site, what we mean by share is that if you make a blanket from our patterns, or anything, not just blankets, you may add #daisyfarmcrafts to your public posts on Instagram or post a photo into the Daisy Farm Crafters Group.
On Sundays, we share the Instagram posts into our stories. There is always so much gorgeous work to see!
Thank you again to Kelly for sharing her beautiful work with us over the years! I hope to see so much more.
P.S. I just remembered that we have a version of the Harlequin Blanket made with Bernat Baby Marly:
And if you want to make a practice hot pad before diving in to make a whole Harlequin Stitch Blanket, we have a tutorial and post for that too!